Morgan Rector <firstname.lastname@example.org>Mar 1 (4 days ago) to amfabe Hello! My name is Morgan Rector and I go to Penn Trafford High School in Pittsburgh Pa. Katie Lawther referred you to me for my researched project. My project is on teen depression and how their peers can cause it or make it worse. It is along the lines of bullying effects but I believe some people can just have small jokes that may effect someone more than one would think, so I wouldn't consider that bullying. Katie told me you work with psychology and I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions for my project. I would love to to see a professionals imput in my project along with an outside, adults point of view. Thank you for your time!
Psychiatric disorders can be described on many levels, the most traditional of which are subjective descriptions of the experience of being depressed and the use of rating scales that quantify depressive symptoms.
The Grand Rapids Press - MLive.comTreating teen depression - don't wait for them to come to you, expert saysThe Grand Rapids Press - MLive.comGRAND RAPIDS, MI - Families play a major role in preventing, identifying and recovering from depression in...
Teen's suicide prompts school district to screen for depression KATU Starting in April, all seventh grade students will be screened for depression. With parental consent, they will answer nine questions.
That's the message from brain scientists studying the relationship between stress and problems such as depression, anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
Researchers at the Society for Neuroscience meeting in New Orleans presented studies showing how stress caused by everything from battlefield trauma to bullying can alter brain circuitry in ways that have long-term effects on mental health.
Current treatments for these problems often come up short. But the scientists say new insights about how stress affects the brain suggest several ways the process could be interrupted or reversed.
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